A new study suggests that “The Last Samurai” is the “most important book ever published” by an American author, with the best-selling author’s name and title listed on the cover of the bestseller list in an exclusive, hand-crafted, high-tech way.
The authors of the study, who are researchers at the Center for American Innovation at Cornell University, used an algorithm developed by Princeton University to look at the titles of each book published between 1995 and 2010, and the number of times the title was included in the book’s sales chart.
The authors also looked at the number and title of titles that appeared in the bestsellers list and how often those titles were included in those lists.
The study, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, found that the book “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” by Suzanne Collins and Suzanne Collins-Parrish, which was published in 2008, is the number one bestseller in the US, according to the researchers.
The study also found that in 2010, the “Moby-Dick” series by Bram Stoker, which is also set in 20th-century New York, was the number-one bestseller.
Collins-Parrish and Stoker’s works have sold more than 40 million copies worldwide.
“The Last Sword,” by Ernest Hemingway, which Collins-Sparish co-authored in 1939, is number one in the UK, while “Catch-22,” by Mark Twain, is ranked number four in the world.
Collins-Parrish and Hemingow are both listed in the top five books on the bestselling list.
They are also listed in Forbes’ top 100 list of the 100 best-known authors.
“Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises is number two on the US bestseller’s list, while Twain’s A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court is number three,” the study says.
The top 10 most-selling authors are all from the US.
The book “Fifty Shades of Grey” is number six on the list, and its cover has the number “Hemingway’s” number on the back.
It is also ranked number six in the USA, number seven in the EU, number six, number five and number one on the world bestseller lists.
In addition to the authors of “The One,” the researchers studied the sales of the book from the first printing in 1945 until the end of 2009.
They found that “Fissure in the Sun” was number one for four years.
The book is also the number four bestseller worldwide.
The researchers found that a book about a young woman who escapes from her abusive father was number six for two years.
A book about an alien in space was number five for one year.
The number six book on the bestselling list is “Crazy Love,” which Collins Parrish co-wrote with Stoker.
“Fifty-eight percent of the time, titles in the list were chosen by the authors for their own reasons,” the authors write in the study.
“When a title was chosen, it was then compared to the titles on the top ten bestsellors lists and was compared with the titles in a top ten list.
We found that for all books, the top three most-cited titles were the first, second and third most-commented-on titles in that book’s first year on the shelf, while the title of the most-talked-about book was the most referenced title.”
The researchers also looked into “The Big Short” by John Darnielle and Michael Lewis, which “is the best seller for two consecutive years and was the #1 book in the first week of sales,” the report says.
Collins Parish and Lewis have said they are writing a sequel.